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Not all training is created equal

Not all self-defense, firearms/tactical, or self-protection classes, and more so instructors, are created equal. This has become very apparent with the changing laws in regard to concealed carry nationally over the past few months.  The permitted carry in most states generated an immense spike in demand for training (oftentimes for compliance with regulatory requirements), which...
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Ground Fighting vs. Fighting on the ground

We have seen over the past years the rise of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and a focus on “ground fighting”  in general. Be it Wrestling, Sambo, Japanese or Brazilian jiu-jitsu, some of us who have studied the arts of “Mortal Combat”quickly started believing we had to be “well rounded” and have a ground “game” as well. Even...
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Grow Stronger

Often times we read or hear about the benefits of martial arts  or self-defense training for kids.  There is no doubt that the physical conditioning, discipline, attention to detail, and an array of other attributes are so beneficial for kids, especially today when so many are glued to their screens and devices.  Even a one-hour...
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So One May Walk In Peace

The holiday season always brings with it two things: the familiar and comforting of the holiday season with sounds, smells, and views. With it also comes a spike in crime that brings the criminal elements. These criminals take advantage of the abundance of targets. Many of these targets can be unlocked vehicles filled with gifts...
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Warrior Without a War

Veterans Day, which was originally called Armistice Day for the Armistice with Germany in World War I. This holiday coincide and holds its origins with other countries’ celebrations of the ending of WWI, Armistice day & Remembrance Day.  Celebrated on November 11th due to WWI hostilities officially ending on the 11th hour of the 11th...
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Self-Defense vs. Self-Offense

When we look at the plethora of either traditional martial arts or fighting systems, it’s important to understand and know what, as an individual, you are trying to accomplish in your “fighting skills” development.  Many “schools” may focus more on self-defense or competition-style fighting, or self-offense and focus on striking and various styles of attacks....
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Complacency Kills

Complacency: a feeling of being satisfied with how things are and not wanting to try to make them better: a complacent feeling or condition “Complacency kills”; has anyone ever heard this before? I bet a majority of you have, and there is much merit to these two words. Everyone at some point in their life...
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Solutions

A phrase often heard in my office, typically when trying to mentor a younger employee: “don’t come to me with problems; come to me with solutions.” I am often amazed at the lack of initiative and ability to think outside the box that society suffers from these days. It is easier for a person to...
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Front Desk Attendant

Front Desk Attendant The Front Desk Attendant is the lead customer service contact for all members, guests, or prospects. The Front Desk attendant is also responsible for selling all products and services. This position is part-time, with hours during weekday evenings and occasional weekends. Essential Duties And Responsibilities The Front Desk Attendant is the lead...
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